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A legislative committee is considering a bill that would allow Wyoming residents to vote by mail. Opponents worry about the possibility of errors and voter fraud, but supporters say that most of the elements of mail-in voting are already in place for absentee ballots.
Should Wyoming allow voting by mail?

Actor Bill Cosby is expected to learn his punishment this week for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home. The 81-year-old was convicted in April of three counts of aggravated indecent assault and faces up to 30 years in prison. More than 60 women have accused Cosby of sexual misconduct. Jericka Duncan reports.

Wildfires grow in Western, Southcentral Wyoming

By Tom Morton, KGAB
CASPER — Low humidity will aggravate firefighting conditions for two blazes in western Wyoming and one in the southcentral part of the state that have burned over more than 70 square miles, according to the interagency inciweb website on Saturday.  Click here for more

Roosevelt fire swells; 230 homes evacuated

By Bradly J. Boner, Jackson Hole Daily
JACKSON — The Roosevelt Fire, which has grown to about 30,000 acres, is causing more neighborhoods to be on alert.

As of Thursday afternoon, the Rim Ranches and the Rim Station areas were in the “set” stage of their evacuation procedure, according to Sublette County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Travis Bingham. They must be ready to leave with a moment’s notice.  Click here for more

New fire spotted, triggering evacuations around Big Sandy

By Emily Mieure and Tom Hallberg, Jackson Hole Daily
JACKSON — UPDATE 5:50 P.M. SATURDAY: A third wildfire discovered in Sublette County has officials diverting air assets from the Roosevelt Fire to help contain it.

The Irish Fire is burning southeast of Boulder, Wyoming and quickly spread to 30 acres after it was spotted at about 2:30 p.m. Saturday by a helicopter on an unrelated search and rescue mission.  Click here for more

Man who ‘died’ twice visits first responders as he bikes from Ogden to Kentucky

By Kayne Pyatt, Uinta County Herald
EVANSTON — After having suffered two massive heart attacks, and with 16 stents and a pacemaker defibrillator placed in his heart, Bob Quick of Ogden, Utah, is on his third bicycle tour across the nation.  For this tour, Quick left Ogden on Sept. 11, and is riding to Lexington, Kentucky. He hopes to raise money for the Alano Club in Ogden, which is a social club for recovering addicts. Click here for more

 

LCCC closes out 50th anniversary with public celebration

By Kristine Galloway, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – Laramie County Community College opened its doors Saturday in recognition of its gratitude to the community.

College officials, students and alumni, as well as local residents spent three days commemorating LCCC’s 50th anniversary, culminating in a celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. across the campus.  Click here for more

Organ donor task force to gather for first meeting

Posted 9-23-18, Wyoming Department of Transportation (CHEYENNE) -- The Wyoming Organ, Tissue and Eye Donor Task Force will review existing practices for state wide organ donor programs and options for improving donor registration Sept. 25 at the Wyoming Department of...

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Cheyenne chamber director earns recognition

Posted 9-23-18, Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce (CHEYENNE) – The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Stephanie Joy Meisner-Maggard, presented President/CEO, Dale Steenbergen with the Chamber Director of the Year award. She accepted it on his...

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Wyoming companies to celebrate Manufacturing Day

Posted 9/22/18, Wyoming Business Council (Cheyenne) -- The 2018 National Manufacturing Day is Oct. 5, and Wyoming companies are hosting events and opening their doors to the public to celebrate. The manufacturing industry faces significant challenges nationwide, say...

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Cheyenne Police seek information on Hobby Lobby shoplifter

Post 9/22/18, Cheyenne Police Department (Cheyenne) -- The Cheyenne Police Department is investigating a shoplifting which occurred at Hobby Lobby on August 31.  This person is suspected of stealing over $700 of oil paints from the store. If you recognize him, let us...

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Check wildfire updates before heading to the forest

Posted 9-21-18, Wyoming Game & Fish (PINEDALE)—The Roosevelt and Marten Creek Wildfires are extremely active, prompting game managers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to alert hunters they need to monitor the Bridger Teton National Forest (BTNF) website...

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Two legislative committees are considering measures that would allow Wyoming cities and towns to levy taxes on their own. Currently taxes are only levied on a statewide or countywide level. The committees say the towns and cities will be losing a lot of state funding, and this might soften the blow. However, smaller Wyoming towns say they could not raise enough money to replace the state funds.
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